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Ly·on

(lī'on),
B. B. Vincent, U.S. physician, 1880-1953. See: Meltzer-Lyon test.

Ly·on

(lī'on),
Mary F., 20th-century English cytogeneticist. See: Lyon hypothesis, lyonization.
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SIXTEEN people have applied for the 700-year-old position of Lord Lyon King of Arms, Scotland's top heraldic post.
Trump had to stop using another coat of arms in 2008 after Scotland's guardian of heraldry, the Lord Lyon King of Arms, warned him he was breaking a 1762 law by using an unofficial crest.
And when he presented his documents to Scotland's senior genealogist, the Lord Lyon King of Arms, his claim was approved.
During my time as Archbishop the Lord Lyon King of Arms granted to the Archdiocese of Glasgow a coat of arms bearing the crossed keys, a sign of the Papacy, and this is because a 15th-century pope described Glasgow as Special Daughter of the Roman Church, a title later extended to the whole of Scotland.